Sometimes characters in the Robber Penguin Agency series will say something that implies that they know they are fictional characters in a video game, movie, television show, or book; this is called breaking the fourth wall. The term originated from plays, in which actors would do something that involved the audience. Due to a stage looking similar to a box with two walls on the left and right, and two more in the front and back; the front wall, or the direction where the audience is sitting, is called the fourth wall.
- In the cutscene just before fighting Agent Mastermind in Club Penguin. You can spot Agent Nintendo looking at the camera with a confused look.
- In Framing And Shots, at the end of the episode, Omega X tells the viewer to appreciate what they have before they lose it all.